Inauguration of Dr. M. Lee Pelton as the twelfth President of Emerson College
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The installation ceremony included remarks from Jeff Greenhawt, Chair, Board of Trustees; Linda Moore, Vice President, Academic Affairs; Charles I. Wallace Jr., Associate Professor of Religious Studies, Willamette University; Linda Kowalcky, Deputy Director for Institutional Sector, Boston Redevelopment Authority and Mayor's Liaison to Higher Education; Aaron M. Michlewitz, State Representative, Third Suffolk District; Ronald A. Crutcher, President, Wheaton College; David G. Breen '78, President, Alumni Association; Mohammad "Tau" Zaman '13, President, Student Government Association; Tim Douglas, MA '13, Communication Management Program; Jan Roberts-Breslin, Professor, Visual and Media Arts; Alexa Jackson, MS, Associate Vice President, Human Resources; Maria Figueroa, MA '96, Administrative Associate, Graduate Studies; Deval L. Patrick, Governor Commonwealth of Massachusetts; and Andrew Delbanco, Columbia University Professor of American Studies and Julian Clarence Levi Professor in the Humanities, was the ceremony's featured speaker. During the inaugural ceremony, Dr. M. Lee Pelton received the Presidential Medallion from Board Chair Jeffrey Greenhawt, and President Pelton gave his inaugural address. The ceremony was held in the Cutler Majestic Theatre.
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Breen, David G.
Crutcher, Ronald A.
Delbanco, Andrew, 1952-
Michlewitz, Aaron M.
Patrick, Deval L.
Pelton, Marvin Lee
Wallace, Charles I., Jr.
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